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starting
'stɑːrtiːŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Appropriate to the beginning or start of an event.
  2. (especially of eyes) bulging or protruding as with fear.
(名) As a noun
  1. A turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning).
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开始kāishǐto begin; beginning; to start; initial
开动kāidòngto start; to set in motion; to move; to march; to dig in (eating); to tuck in (eating)
下手xiàshǒuto start; to put one's hand to; to set about; the seat to the right of the main guest
起头qǐtóuto start; at first; beginning
跳起tiàoqǐstart
启动了qǐdòng leto start
起勺qǐsháoto start (with a different wok)
开端kāiduānstart; beginning
启动qǐdòngto start (a machine); to set in movement; to launch (an operation); to activate (a plan)
动工dònggōngto start (a building project)
jīngto start; to be frightened; to be scared; alarm
发动fādòngto start; to launch; to unleash; to mobilize; to arouse
初始chūshǐinitial; starting (point)
duānstart; origin
肇始zhàoshǐto initiate; to start; the start
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